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      • Year of working from home during a worldwide pandemic, A 

        Author(s):Gilmartin, Heather M.
        Date:2021-05-30
        Format:research (documents)
        Article for the CCTSI Directors Corner Newsletter.
      • Assessing the impact of remote work during COVID-19 on clinical and translational scientists and staff in Colorado 

        Author(s):Gilmartin, Heather M.; Connelly, Brigid; Hebbe, Annika; Battaglia, Catherine; Kwan, Bethany M.
        Date:2021-04
        Format:research (documents)
        The COVID-19 pandemic has required many clinical and translational scientists and staff to work remotely to prevent the spread of the virus. To understand the impact on research programs, we assessed barriers to remote ...
      • Visual abstract : assessing the impact of remote work during COVID-19 on clinical and translational scientists and staff in Colorado 

        Author(s):Gilmartin, H.; Connelly, B.; Hebbe, A.; Battaglia, C.; Kwan, B.
        Date:2021-04-09
        Format:research (documents)
      • My Dear Brother 

        Author(s):Denison, George S.; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-10-02
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        George wrote to Charley that he received his letter "almost a week later than Frank's (US Serviceman) which was written about the same time."
      • Charley boy 

        Author(s):Denison, Lucy; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-11-01
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Lucy wrote Charley about the "Great North-Western Fair" in Chicago, "Camp Douglas soldiers and the City Guards in a grand procession three miles long." She sent him a sliver of "old 'Ironsides,' the frigate Constitution," ...
      • Charley boy 

        Author(s):Denison, Lucy; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-02-19
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Lucy wrote to Charley, who has "gone away from home for the first-time," and to their brother Frank, who "may be out in the cold and wet; and he is a soldier."
      • Dear Charley! O Charley! 

        Author(s):Denison, Eliza Skinner; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-03-10
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Charley's mother Eliza, wrote to him about his brothers, Frank and Jimmy, Union soldiers. She didn’t think Frank would enlist again even to receive a bounty for reenlisting.
      • Dear Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, Eliza Skinner; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-06-06
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Eliza wrote that she received a letter from Frank, Charley's brother. Frank's regiment was withdrawn fom the front and he was "rejoicing in the prospect of coming home in less than a month!"
      • Dear Charles 

        Author(s):Denison, George S.; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1862-10-22
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        George requested information from Charley "whenever you hear anything" about their brother Frank, who was a Union soldier.
      • Dear Brother Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, Frank; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-01-02
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Frank's letter to Charley of happenings in the regiment and how he was mustered into the US Service three months before.
      • My dear Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, Eliza Skinner; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-05-19
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Eliza shares with Charley her concern for him and the happenings at home. She shares the letter from Frank that he "is down on the Rappahannock and as far advanced as Hooker's army."
      • My Dear Charlie 

        Author(s):Denison, D. C.; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-01-07
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Uncle Dudley wrote Charlie about those who enlisted in the Union Service including his cousin Henry H. Denison, who enlisted in the 8th, Irving Atwood, Henry Cleavland, Seymour Culver, and many others.
      • Dear Brother Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, George S.; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1862-08-31
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Older brother George encouraged Charley to attend college but if not, he would be reconciled to Charley's "enlistment in the Army two years from now."
      • Our President 

        Author(s):Denison, Charley; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1861-11-08
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Charley's oration, dictum on "Our President," Abraham Lincoln.
      • Dear brother Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, Lucy; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-05-07
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Lucy wrote to Charley her concern of where their brother Frank might be and also her concerns of the war, "that Hooker is driven back, and has re-crossed the Rappahannock."
      • Dear Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, Susy; Denison, Eliza Skinner; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1862-00-24
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Susy and Eliza, Charley's sister and mother, wrote to Charley that a box was sent to Frank in the US Service.
      • My dear Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, Eliza Skinner; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1864-03-26
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Eliza wrote to Charles about Henry Cleavland who died in the war. Henry's mother "feels almost to blame somebody" because he enlisted.
      • My dear Charley 

        Author(s):Denison, Eliza Skinner; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-07-19
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Eliza wrote to Charley about Frank coming home after his "Reg't. volunteered to help put down a riot in New York City."
      • Dear Cousin Charlie 

        Author(s):Denison, Henry W.; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1863-11
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Cousin Henry wrote about selling his farm or be "pressed into the army," and going to a "public meeting of the Minuteman society in Meriden, New Hampshire."
      • Friend Charlie 

        Author(s):Atwood, Myron; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Strauss Health Sciences Library
        Date:1864-02-11
        Format:Collected Correspondence 
        Cousins Myron and Charlie were School Masters for a season. He wrote to Charlie that one of his scholars enlisted and also a mutual friend, Irving, enlisted in the 8th Regt. in Texas.